|Number of stores:||CF Chinook Centre contains 257 stores, restaurants, services|
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|Address:||6455 Macleod Trail SW, Calgary, Alberta - AB T2H 0K8|
|Secondary email:||Not available|
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CF Chinook Centre offer more than 257 brand name stores. CF Chinook Centre is located in Calgary, Alberta - 6455 Macleod Trail SW, Calgary, Alberta - AB T2H 0K8 (GPS: 50.9978823, -114.0740046).
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Chinook Centre is the largest enclosed shopping centre in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. There are over 250 stores (1,355,000 square feet (125,900 m2), including top retailers and unique choices. This mall is Calgary’s premier shopping, dining & entertainment place.The food court offering a 900 seat and more than 36 food vendors: A & W, ARBY'S, BLISS & CO CUPCAKES & DESSERTS, BOURBON STREET GRILL, CHACHI'S SANDWICH BAR, CHOCOLATERIE BERNARD CALLEBAUT COCOCO, CINNZEO, COOKIES BY GEORGE, CULTURES, DAIRY QUEEN, DAVIDSTEA, DOUBLE ZERO PIZZA, EDO JAPAN, JUGO JUICE - FOOD COURT, JUGO JUICE - NORTH, KFC, KERNELS, MANCHU WOK, MARBLE SLAB CREAMERY, MARBLE SLAB CREAMERY - FOOD COURT, NEW YORK FRIES, OPA! OF GREECE, ORANGE JULIUS - NORTH, ORANGE JULIUS - SOUTH, PETITE CUISINE, PHIL & SEBASTIAN COFFEE ROASTERS, PURDY'S CHOCOLATIER, QUIZNO'S, SAUCY BREAD COMPANY, SECOND CUP, STARBUCKS COFFEE, STARBUCKS COFFEE (CHAPTERS), SUSHI-Q, TACO TIME, TEAVANA, THAI EXPRESS, WICKED WEDGE, YOGEN FRUZ. You can find here bowling alley, professional tower, and the Scotianbank Theatre Chinook (the Paramount) with 16 screens, an IMAX theatre and two UltraAVX theatres. The look of the mall’s building is a four-storey-high rotunda, with a fibre optic ceiling. It is owned and operated by Cadillac Fairview (one of Canada’s largest real estate property).
Chinook Centre was opened in 1960, it was designed as an open-air complex, the mall was anchored by Woodward’s, Hot Renfrew, a bowling alley and a branch of the Calgary Public Library. In the mid 1960s Chinnok Centre (used to be called Sears) was extended by a separated mall, Southridge, was opened accross the street from Chinook. There were approximately 30 other stores. Sears and Southridge began to operate together in 1974. The new, largest mall was renamed Chinook Ridge Shopping Centre. In the late 1990s the complex was rebuilt in three phases – business, shops (added brend new stores as a Sears, the Bay and Zellers), larger entertainment place by IMAX screen. In this period was the Chinook public library brand closed. In September, 2010 was a major expansion to the mall was opened, adding 180,000 sq ft. 17,000 m2) of new retail space. New stores included Apple Store, Abercrombie & Fitch, Antropologie, Armani Exchange, BCBG Max Azria, Coach, Geox, Guess, Harry Rosen, Lacoste, Oakley etc.
Chinook Centre is located near the centre of the city on Macleod Trail, just north of Glenmore Trail about 5km (3,1 mi) south of downtown, and three blocks west of the Chinook C- tranin station.
CF Chinook Centre - Calgary Area, Alberta T2H 0K8. Click on the button and get directions to CF Chinook Centre. Mall/Shopping center is also displayed on the map with gps for your navigation.
(1/5) No Map | by Linda on Dec 07, 2019
Since this mall is so large it would be nice if there was a map to indicate where a specific store is so you know where to park etc near that location
(2/5) Access can be improved | by Rick on Aug 15, 2018
Hope that after the construction ends for the food court area and surrounding areas around, it will be way better, the whole area of the place is a mess that is better to avoid in these days and highly likely it will last untill Xmas and new year (as usual happen with these things) I can believe that it was never thought of having this fancy pedestrian pass constructed long ago.... oh I almost forgot it's Calgary, where the planning of public and private spaces are designed for make much more of a inconvinience as many people you can at the time, not planning ten, 20, 30 years from the building time to the future; at the end it can be updated and re-done with the lots of money that is available everywhere and will never end, right? Just avoid the mall itself or at least avoid the front (nobody will miss customers going into the construction mess, right) of make it quick, construction in your street, while you drive and now even into the place where you shop and/or eat..... no thanks!!!
(1/5) shopping at Chinook just got very inconvenient for me | by Sylvia Fischer on May 27, 2018
Since the shuttle bus to Chinook was canceled, I can no longer shop there. It was the easiest mall for me to get to but now it extremely difficult. I know there is a bus that goes closer to the mall but it runs every 40 minutes - much too long to wait for at either end. The shuttle was so easy for seniors and those with limited mobility like my self who cannot walk the distance from the train station to the mall - even with the fancy new walkway. I will miss shopping there. It was my favourite mall for shopping but now I will have to do my shopping at the South centre mall. In my opinion, this was a poor decision financially and shows a lack of compassion for those who rely on public transportation. Bad call!
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